Hide All Your Opened Google Chrome Tabs With One Click

If you are using Google chrome browser on your work place or college and surfing some banned or block websites on the browser. At that moment you are worried about that your senior or teacher might catch you red handed with the opened web pages? Now here is the one free Google chrome extension called Panic Button which helps you to hide all your Opened Google chrome tab with one click, so no one can see them easily on your Google Chrome browser. With the help of this free extension you can hide and unhide all opened Google chrome tab with just one simple click. No need to close all tab one by one or opened it again one by one. One of the fastest and quickest way to hide all your webpages on Google Chrome Browser.

The extension is simple to use no need to make any change on your Google Chrome browser, all you have to Google Chrome web store and instal the Panic Button extension on your Chrome Browser. You can find the download link of the Google Chrome extension at the end of this post. Now lets take a look how the extension works on the Google chrome browser and helps you to backup and restore all your opened Google browser tabs.

Once the Google chrome extension Panic Button is installed on youir browser, you can see the new Panic button icon on the top right side of your Google Chrome tool bar. From this button you can hide all of your tabs at once just by clicking on a button. See the screen Shot below:-

Google Chrome Panic Button

Google Chrome Panic Button

Once you clicked the Red Panic Button all your opened web pages or bookmarks get saved in a separate folder and afterwards the button turns green and shows you the number of current hidden tabs. Another Click on the Same Green Panic button will opened all the tabs on your Google Chrome browser.

Hide All Google Chrome Opened Tabs

Hide All Google Chrome Opened Tabs

Not only this you can also use PanicButton’s keyboard shortcut. Just press F4 to hide and restore all your tabs(currently only works when you’re on a http:// or https:// page). Also you can change the keyboard shortcuts form the Panic button settings page. Go to Google Chrome Setting > Extensions > Panic Button Options.

Panic Button Options

Panic Button Options

A must have extension for all Google chrome users to hide and unhide all opened Web pages in one click. Looking for more Google Chrome Tips and Guides, click here!

Download Google Chrome Extension Panic Button